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"DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos announced yesterday that state officials think the massive dredging operation designed to remove toxic PCBs from the Hudson River failed to make the river clean enough for humans and wildlife.", www.northcountrypublicradio.org
"State Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos on Monday said the federal Environmental Protection Agency needs to do more to ensure that PCBs have been thoroughly removed from the Hudson River, reopening a decades-long debate about the area's toxic legacy. Surrounded by leaders of several environmental organizations and standing near a boat landing along the river, Seggos said unacceptably high levels of PCB-contaminated sediment remain in large portions of the Upper Hudson River. The company, which operated electric capacitor factories in Fort Edward and Hudson Falls, for years dumped an estimated 1.3 million pounds of PCBs — polychlorinated biphenyls — in the river until the practice was banned in 1977 amid concerns that the chemicals are carcinogenic. The new critique comes almost a week after it was revealed that the EPA had accused Global Companies, which operates a train terminal at the Port of Albany, of violating air pollution standards", www.timesunion.com
"ALBANY - The state Department of Environmental Conservation addressed PCB cleanup in the Hudson River on Monday.The department asked for the EPA to do more in its five-year review after General Electric had to clean up the chemical from the river.The commi", cbs6albany.com
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